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Colorado Appeals Court Interprets Religious Purpose Property Tax Exemption

This is from religionclause.blogspot.com which you can find here:

In Grand County Board of Commissioners v. Colorado Property Tax Administrator, (CO App., Jan. 14, 2016), a Colorado appeals court held that in applying the state’s tax exemption for property used in furtherance of religious purposes, the critical question is not whether the property is being used for inherently religious activities. Instead it it whether the use of the property furthers the landowner’s religious mission an purpose.

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